Meredith Powell is excited about taking over the Vancouver headquarters of Hootsuite Media with hundreds of teenagers.
Coding is fun, according to Sandra Wear, a technology entrepreneur who lives in Vancouver.
Vancouver lawyer Laura Track says women in Canada don’t have adequate legal means to fight back against today’s online onslaught of sexist harassment and abuse.
Michael Volker will speak at the Canadian Equity Crowdfunding Conference in Vancouver.
Trulioo has been named one of the 25 most innovative technology companies in B.C.
Paula Hoffmann’s work on the Vancouver Web Fest will pay off this weekend.
BucketList.org plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.
Simon Fraser University business student Chantelle Buffie is hoping that you’ll soon be using FIXO.
In Vancouver, geek culture is experiencing a “golden age”.
Vancouver’s Jesse Heaslip cofounded a Bitcoin exchange startup.
Bryan Hellard spoke about Bitcoin at a currency conference, which took place during CoinFest.
Gerald Cotton wants to spread Bitcoin across Canada.
Michel Laberge is the only local speaker set to take the stage at Vancouver’s TED2014 conference.
Meredith Underell enjoys bringing people together to learn about computer technology.
What ePACT offers is an “online emergency system” that takes emergency contact forms off paper and into the Digital Age.
Suzette Laqua is planning the first international web series festival in Canada.
Jenn Lowther advises companies to avoid being too self-promotional on social media.
Martin Hostinsky has been in the web-hosting business since 2005.
Shaherose Charania doesn’t want to see women get left behind in the technology sector.
The free-software project marked a milestone with the release of Avaneya: Viking Lander Remastered.
Saba El-Hilo works as a software engineer at HootSuite.
Catherine Tan says Vancouver is a great city for Internet startups.
Vanessa Dawson knows that there’s a gender imbalance in the technology sector.
Tabitha Creighton wants to hear from women-led technology businesses across Canada.
Working for EA for around 15 years, Warfield helped to create dozens of titles, including numerous editions of the company’s popular NHL series.